All School, Spring Open House
Join Greensboro Montessori School on Sunday, March 1 at 1 p.m. for a glimpse of what happens on our 10-acre campus on any given day. Explore our classrooms, meet our professional educators, talk to alumni, and watch current students independently and happily engage in their work. Come experience education as it should be.
Families choose Greensboro Montessori School because our curriculum masterfully blends academic excellence with the development of skills and courage needed to unleash students’ full potential. Our approach to education is both effective and valuable, with 97% of our graduates saying they are successful adults because of their Montessori education.
Did you know Greensboro Montessori School is…
- 27% of our K-9 student population are able to attend our school with the support of Greensboro Montessori School’s need-based financial assistance program.
- Greensboro Montessori School also participates in the North Carolina Opportunity Scholarship. Click here to learn more about the Opportunity Scholarship.
- Our graduates’ average ACT score of 29 is eight points higher than the national average score of 21.
- Our graduates’ average, unweighted high school GPA is 3.8.
- 9 out of 10 graduates say they are very well prepared for the demands of high school.
- Our graduates earn an average of $82,500 in merit-based scholarship dollars over four years of college.
- Our graduates enter college with an average of 24 credits earned from AP and IB classes in high school.
- 97% of our graduates say their parents’ investment in their Montessori education was worth it.
Character-Focused. Over half our graduates who attend public high schools also earn Service Learning Diplomas (250+ hours of service required). On average, only 30% of Guilford County Schools’ graduates earn service-learning recognition (either the Diploma or an Award acknowledging 100 hours of service).
Greensboro Montessori School’s application deadline for the 2020-21 school year is Sunday, March 15, making our All School, Spring Open House a great time to visit our School. When we receive an application, our director of admission will contact the family personally, schedule student visits (for children ages 3 and older) and guide families through the process. Offers of admission are based upon a student’s application, family and student visits, teacher interviews, class compositions, past and present recommendations from other schools, parental support, and a family’s commitment to the Montessori method.